Apparently, this is the question one man asked himself after the Dallas Cowboys lost in the NFL playoffs to the Green Bay Packers. A key play in that game came in the fourth quarter when a pass to Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant was ruled incomplete after first being ruled a catch. The overturned call, and subsequent Packers victory, did not sit well … [Read more...] about Who can I sue if my team doesn’t make it to the Super Bowl? #LawsuitAttorney
The holidays are upon us. Soon children will be writing their letters to Santa and imagining what treasures might be left under the Christmas tree. Over the next several weeks, people of all ages will be trying to come up with the perfect gift idea, the one that will make a child squeal with delight, an older parent weep with gratitude, a … [Read more...] about The Law of Gift-Giving #LitigationAttorney
The power of words is undeniable. Joseph Conrad expressed it in these terms: “My task, which I am trying to achieve is, by the power of the written word, to make you hear, to make you feel—it is, before all, to make you see.” Today, because of the accessibility of social media, nearly any person can publish any words in an attempt to make others … [Read more...] about Anonymity (not) Guaranteed #LitigationAttorney
It is not uncommon for a person to receive notice that a default judgment has been entered against them in a lawsuit, even though the person may have not ever known of the existence of the lawsuit. Although this may happen for a number of reasons, the first thing a person in this situation should do is contact an experienced lawsuit or litigation … [Read more...] about You Lost a Lawsuit And There Is A Final Judgment Against You Or Is It?
It was widely reported recently that Apple, the maker of the iPhone, won a lawsuit against its competitor, Samsung, in the amount of more than $1 billion. It is commonly misunderstood that after a party wins a lawsuit, it will automatically receive the money awarded. Often times, however collecting the money from a judgment is even more challenging … [Read more...] about Contract & Litigation Law: Collecting on a Judgment